Recently Tutt Bryant Heavy Lift & Shift (TBHLS), SANY’s national distributor for crane products in Australia, took delivery of a third SANY SCC8000A with the other two operating out of depots in Queensland and Western Australia.
Tutt Bryant Heavy Lift & Shift (TBHLS), SANY‘s national crane distributor in Australia, has received a third SANY SCC8000A, with the other two operating out of depots in Queensland and Western Australia.
The 800t capacity lattice boom crawler is now deployed to the Sydney Gateway Project. The $2.6 billion project is designed to cut 40 minutes of traveling time for motorists coming from Sydney’s west and ease transport congestion around Sydney Airport. It will feature five steel bridge beams lifted by the new SANY. One of the first lifts the crane will perform weighs in at 197 tonnes with a 56-meter radius, showcasing its lifting strength instantly.
“I was working on a project in Townsville just a couple of months ago with a 400-tonne SANY, which is a 2014 model. The difference between the quality and the technology in that model and the 800 is massive. SANY’s technology is well and truly on par with the products you get in a German or American crane,” said Kyle, TBHLS’s Supervisor.
Featuring a Cummins QSX15 engine and a maximum lifting moment of 12016 tonne-meters, SANY’s 800-tonne crawler crane’s safety measurements are also of note, featuring a completely automated load moment indicator, boom angle limit, and closed-circuit monitoring system.
Additionally Tutt Bryant imported its first battery electric crawler crane from SANY which is to be working on any one of the many infrastructure projects currently underway along the East Coast of Australia.